You cannot deny it. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is. a. specimen. So, you can imagine his statue at Madame Tussauds is a must-see if you find yourself at the museum. However, fans of the wrestler-turned-actor cannot stop poking fun at him now that the wax work has gone up at the Grevin Museum in Paris, France. Can you spot what is wrong with Dwayne Johnson’s wax statue?

Fans lined up to get their photos taken with the figure, but once those photos were posted, others commented that something just seemed to be “off” about the statue.

One comment: I’m so sorry, guys, but The Rock looks like he got food poisoning.

Another: Not one of your best, guys – considering the quality of the rest of the museum. There is something not right about the sculpt on this.

What could have gone wrong? What could be so bad? After seeing it for myself – well, photos of it – I can attest that it’s a good likeness. But there is something off. Compare it to the wax statue of him in London – which seemed to get it right – and it makes me scratch my head.

Scroll down to see the photos of Dwayne Johnson’s wax statue for yourself.

Did you see??? Dwayne Johnson praised Jelly Roll’s new album!

Madame Tussauds Wax Museums have locations throughout the world including Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and the United States. There are six locations in the U.S. They are Hollywood, Las Vegas, Nashville, New York, Orlando, and San Francisco.

According to Wikipedia, the London Museum was the first. It was founded in 1835 by sculptor Marie Tussaud and has been a major tourist attraction since the Victorian Era and wasn’t always famous people. Rather, Tussaud sculpted historic scenes. One of the museum’s major attractions was an exhibition titled “Chamber of Horrors.” It included victims of the French Revolution, Henry VIII, and Queen Victoria, among others.

Today, the public’s interest seems to lie in pop culture figures such as the Kardashians, Princess Diana, and Taylor Swift.

  • Dwayne Johnson - New York

    The Rock poses with his statue in the New York location in 2022. Do you see any differences between this statue and the newest one?

    403707 01: Professional wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson poses at the unveiling of his wax portrait at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum April 10, 2002 in New York City. The museum creates life-size, three-dimensional wax sculptures of celebrities and historical figures around the world.

  • Dwayne Johnson - Paris

  • Queen Elizabeth

    Queen Elizabeth continues to be one of the most popular attractions, especially at the London location of Madame Tussauds.

    New Queen Elizabeth Waxwork Paraded On Blackpool Promenade

  • Taylor Swift

    This wax statue of Taylor Swift stands in the New York location. They do a pretty good job – but you can tell the difference, can’t you?

    Taylor Swift Unveils Wax Figure At Madame Tussauds

  • Donald Trump

    “Hairstylists” put the finishing touches on Donald Trump’s statue. Trump is seen in the Oval Office of the White House.

    Madame Tussauds Unveils A Wax Figure Of President-Elect Donald J. Trump Ahead Of The Inauguration On Friday

  • Michael Jackson

    This likeness of Michael Jackson was erected just two days after his funeral. The statue is in the London museum.

    Michael Jackson - New Madame Tussauds Waxwork Unveiling

  • Carrie Underwood

    Do you remember when Carrie was this young? This photo of Carrie and her statue was taken in 2008 at the New York location.

    Carrie Underwood Unveils Her Wax Figure At Madame Tussauds

  • Princess Diana

    Whoa. This looks just like her!

    Prince William Waxwork Unveiled At Madame Tussauds

  • Kim Kardashian

    Is it because people love her? Or is it because this is the greatest pose for a wax figure? Either way, Kim K is super popular in the London museum.

    Madame Tussauds Unveil Kim Kardashian Selfie Taking Wax Figure

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